This is a fictional story of a group of friends who live in a fictional town on the coast of South Carolina. They have known each other since they were small. They play together and belong to a lot of the same organizations and groups. All of them are Christians; some of them attended the same churches and within Whispering Cove. As a group they are avid swimmers and certified scuba divers. This story is based partly in fact as I, the author, at age eleven, lost my birthstone (ruby ring) after being told not to wear it in swimming by my mother. It now lies somewhere on the bottom of the Potomac River in Virginia, where we had our summer cottage at Fair View Beach, Virginia. I looked for it, but it was never found. I made this incident into a story that focuses on Amanda and a gift she receives from her mother on her birthday, a ruby ring. Her mother cautions her not to wear it swimming. And as fate would have it, one hot summer day, she forgets to take the ring off and loses it in the ocean. Her friends decide to help her find the ring. While searching for the ring, they meet and gain the friendship of a dolphin that they named Gigi. This is where the adventure begins.
This is the continuing fictional story of a group of friends who live in a fictional town on the coast of South Carolina The children have grown a little older in this book and will continue to grow up in other stories. They are Christian children and attend the same schools and some of the same churches. In each book the lead character is a different person than the lead person in any other book. This adventure is about a pelican that struggles with life for a short time and the children will do or go through whatever it takes to help this bird and matter of fact all the birds and turtles that they can.
This story is mainly about two brothers who can’t stay out of trouble with their parents, set during the forties and fifties. These brothers do have some sisters and friends that help in the stories, but those two brothers are always the ones in trouble. I think these stories are funny, and I hope you think so as well as you not only look into their past you can look into your own past and reminisce.
This is the continuing fictional story of a group of friends who live in a fictional town on the coast of South Carolina. The children have grown a little older in this book and will continue to grow up in other stories. They are Christian children and attend the same schools and some of the same churches. This adventure is based in part on some facts from the past of the author. I spent some time working with children and adults who lived through some painful and abusive times. A few were from my own childhood. The friend who will tell this story is Katrina, who, along with her friend Jake and a new friend Tim, went on a bike trip to a nearby beach. While on this trip, they discover something strange is going on at the old abandoned lighthouse, which is just a short distance out of town. She calls all her friends in the club and, along with them and a lot of imagination, have a hair-raising adventure that includes a murder in the night, a ghost story, eerie sounds, running and screaming, bad people, and breaking and entering. This brings out a science teacher, a lawyer, a judge, and the police. This book is written as a book within a book.